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Posters HS2.3.3

HS2.3.3

Isotope and tracer methods: flow paths characterization, catchment response and transformation processes
Convener: Christine Stumpp  | Co-Convener: Markus Weiler 
Orals
 / Mon, 13 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room R1
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Monday, 13 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Christine Stumpp, Markus Weiler
R114
EGU2015-9932
Tracer transport in a distributed water and energy balance model: concept and first results for Berchtesgadener Land
Florian Marshall and Harald Kunstmann

R115
EGU2015-14460
On the value of terrestrial diatoms as a tracer for fast flow path connectivity of source areas in a nested catchment setup
Julian Klaus, Carlos Wetzel, Núria Martínez-Carreras, Luc Ector, and Laurent Pfister

R117
EGU2015-3552
Assessment of groundwater dynamics by applying rare earth elements and stable isotopes – the case of the Tiberias Basin, Jordan Valley.
Christian Siebert, Peter Möller, Tino Rödiger, Marwan Al-Raggad, and Fabien Magri

R118
EGU2015-2498
Water origin and flow pathways investigated by tracers in a small Dolomitic catchment
Daniele Penna, Giulia Zuecco, Marco Cavalli, Sebastiano Trevisani, Stefano Crema, Luisa Pianezzola, Giancarlo Dalla Fontana, Lorenzo Marchi, and Marco Borga

R119
EGU2015-13905 | presentation
Hydrograph separation during artificial rain-on-snow event using deuterium
Roman Juras, Jirka Pavlasek, and Sebastian Würzer

R120
EGU2015-10129
Origin of runoff and suspended sediment in a glacierized Alpine catchment
Michael Engel, Daniele Penna, Andrea Dell’Agnese, Ana Lucia, Francesco Comiti, Gianluca Vignoli, Silvia Simoni, and Roberto Dinale

R121
EGU2015-9527
Spatio-temporal variability in tracer signature of snow, ice and stream water in a glacierized catchment of the Ortles-Cevedale (Eastern Italian Alps)
Giulia Zuecco, Luca Carturan, Fabrizio De Blasi, Roberto Seppi, Thomas Zanoner, Marco Borga, and Giancarlo Dalla Fontana

R122
EGU2015-15159
Combining direct residence time measurements and biogeochemistry to calculate in-situ reaction rates in the hyporheic zone
Marco Pittroff and Benjamin Gilfedder

R123
EGU2015-8376
Groundwater and surface water interaction in a basin surrounded by steep mountains, central Japan
Koichi Ikeda, Maki Tsujimura, Toshiaki Kaeriyama, and Takanori Nakano

R124
EGU2015-2263
Groundwater surface water interaction study using natural isotopes tracer
Yoon Yeol Yoon, Yong Chul Kim, Soo Young Cho, and Kil Yong Lee

R125
EGU2015-3163
The responses of fluvial geochemical signatures to runoff and the inferences of possible flow paths for small mountainous rivers in Taiwan
Tsung-Yu Lee, Nien-Ming Hong, Yu-Ting Shih, Jr-Chuang Huang, and Shuh-Ji Kao

R126
EGU2015-4575
Groundwater Recharge and Flow Processes in Taihang Mountains, a Semi-humid Region, North China
Koichi Sakakibara, Maki Tsujimura, Xianfang Song, and Jie Zhang

R127
EGU2015-8309
Old water contributions to a granitic watershed, Dorim-cheon, Seoul
Hyerin Kim, Sung-Hyun Cho, Dongguen Lee, Youn-Young Jung, Young-Hee Kim, Dong-Chan Koh, and Jeonghoon Lee

R128
EGU2015-9094
Analysis of isotope and organic carbon signatures in hillslope hydrographs
Jaromir Dusek, Tomas Vogel, Michal Dohnal, Jakub Jankovec, Martin Sanda, and Jana Votrubova

R129
EGU2015-10128
Use of geochemical and isotope tracers to assess groundwater dependency of a terrestrial ecosystem: case study from southern Poland
Anna J. Zurek, Stanislaw Witczak, Jaroslaw Kania, Kazimierz Rozanski, Marek Dulinski, and Przemyslaw Wachniew

R130
EGU2015-10787
Constraining recharge and groundwater flow processes in hard-rock aquifers in temperate maritime climate using stable isotope signatures.
Katarina Pilatova and Ulrich Ofterdinger

R131
EGU2015-9573
The single well “push-pull” tracer method: A systematic approach for setup optimization
Sarah Zeilfelder, Klaus H. Hebig, Narimitsu Ito, Isao Machida, Traugott Scheytt, and Atsunao Marui

R132
EGU2015-14273
Regional hydrogeochemical groundwater characterization and Natural Arsenic occurrence in Upper Valtellina Valley (Central Italian Alps, Italy)
Fredy Pena Reyes, Giovanni B. Crosta, Paolo Frattini, and Stefano Basiricò